In recent years I have become a big fan of Esther Hicks and the teachings of Abraham.  I like receiving their Daily Law of Attraction Quotation in my email every morning.  Today’s was particularly interesting:

Physical man gets into an uncomfortable place when he concludes, “I and those like me have come to the right decisions, and everybody that’s living outside of these right decisions is wrong.” And then he spends his life pushing against all those “wrong” decisions and cutting himself off from the Life Force that would help him have joy in his, what he concludes to be, right decisions. There is no one right path. There are endless paths, and the differences in the paths are what make them more and more, and more, perfect. The same old path no longer serves.  — Abraham

This reminded me of one of my favorite Dr. Seuss stories, The Zax, a typically silly Seuss rhyme, but also profound in it’s lesson about pride and compromise.

When I was younger, I used to listen to every Todd Rundgren and Utopia record over and over after my friend Kim turned me onto them in high school.  One of my favorite songs was “Everybody Else Is Wrong” by Utopia from their Deface the Music album (1980).  The title and the sound of it, a sort of comical homage to The Beatles, always made me laugh.  If you don’t like this song, you are WRONG and I will spend my life pushing against you!


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